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Like a Bee to Honey

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In a Wisconsin Amish community, the three Christner girls live with their aunt and are affectionately dubbed THE HONEYBEE SISTERS because they make their living with the hives of honeybees on their property, extracting the honey and selling it. As the youngest Christner girl, Rose’s past has left her afraid of everything. Her sisters are...

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The Wedding Dress

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THE WEDDING DRESS was not at all what I expected.  The book switches between the past and the present – Emily’s story in 1912 and Charlotte’s in 2012.  When Charlotte unexpectedly buys an old trunk at an auction that is welded shut she’s not aware of the ramifications it will have on her life.  When it’s finally opened with...

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One Hot Summer - One and Only Texas #1

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ONE HOT SUMMER is book one in the ONE AND ONLY TEXAS SERIES.  Somehow I missed the prequel novella, THE MISTLETOE EFFECT, and will read it so I can fill in some of the blanks because not having read it I felt I was thrown into the middle of the story and didn’t always know what was...

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Wild Embrace

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Wild-Embrace by Nalini Singh

Nalini Singh brings her readers a real treat with WILD EMBRACE, a collection of four novellas from her Psy-Changeling series. This is a must for any Psy-Changeling fans, though new readers would do best to start from the beginning of this series (SLAVE TO SENSATION). The world-building is so lush, you don’t want to miss...

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The Cottage on Pumpkin and Vine

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The Cottage on Pumpkin and Vine

THE COTTAGE ON PUMPKIN AND VINE has three novellas by three authors that I’ve enjoyed reading books from before – Kate Angell, Jennifer Dawson, and Sharla Lovelace. The stories all take place in Moonbright, Maine at Halloween. It’s not too often that books are set at this time of year, and they are filled with some mischief, mayhem...

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